In a night filled with country music and country attire, the Be Perfect foundation, founded by junior communications major Hal Hargrave, brought awareness and donations to spinal cord injury survivors.
Summer was in full swing a students migrated towards the large inflatable water slide and foam pit that was placed in the South Quad behind Campus Center on Tuesday.
Junior track and field team member Chancise Watkins had a record setting season, capturing the title for the 200-meter at the SCIAC Championships on April 5 and 6 at Occidental.
Exceptional harmonies, matching attire and talented vocalists entertained an estimated audience of 70 as Morgan Auditorium hosted the Barbershop Harmony Concert on May 9.
Junior art minor Nikki Godinez tells graduate student Mauricio Medrano the story behind her art installation.
What started as a typical light-hearted comedy turned out to be a show covering different social issues, from anti-semitism to feminism to the struggle of class within a wealthy Venetian society, as the Dailey Theater premiered William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice.”
Ty Aponte conducts the workshop on April 30 titled, “Mind and Body” a multicultural event involving karate and pilates.
The University of La Verne International Students Organization sponsored a talk by Chun Wang, a graduate student in the College of Education, April 25 in the West Dining Room.
The ladies of Phi Sigma Sigma rocked their charity event last week bringing teams together in a competition that ended with team BSU being awarded the title of champions.
Thank you, Jason Collins. The courage and dignity that it took to reveal your true identity is very inspiring.
After the damage from the Pegasus pipeline spill in Arkansas last month, it is surprising to hear the government is already considering another pipeline construction proposal for an Keystone XL pipeline to be constructed through the mid-west.
Sports results, schedule and standings for the week of May 3, 2013.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 3, 2013.
After 55 years of dedicated service to the University, Robert Neher, biology professor, respected colleague and friend to many is retiring at the end of spring semester.